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  • Honey
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    LaChienne
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    I’m kind of losing interest in Darkest Hour

    What movie that most people seem to be overlooking do you think will manage to get a Best Picture nomination?

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    OnTheAisle
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    the Big Sick

    What 2017 film releases have you already viewed more than once?

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    Miles Allen
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    Get Out but only once in theatres, and I wasn’t that fond of it either time.

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    jasonface
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    Baby Driver, and prob going see Blade Runner again

    Despite others’ predictions, which actor do you just “know” will not get an Oscar nomination this year?

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    Jake Gyllenhaal.

    Will The Post become the Oscar frontrunner many are antecipating?

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    Atypical
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    Mary J. Blige

    Yes

    Five most used phone apps?

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    Miles Allen
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    Google Chrome
    YouTube
    Instagram
    Netflix
    Spotify

    Favorite streaming app?

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    Macca
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    YouTube or Netflix.

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    golden012
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    I guess YouTube.

    Whom are some actors or actresses that you find excel at bringing a sort of silent, emotional intensity to their performances?

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    Miles Allen
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    Toni Collette or Charlotte Rampling

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    Well for the actors, the first people to do that were Brando and to a lesser extent Montgomery Clift and James Dean. Actors like Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Robert De Niro and all the other method actors all successfully managed to bring a quiet intensity to their work as well.

    Nowadays though there are many actors that excel at that:

    Tom Hardy (in The Drop, Legend, Warrior, Bronson etc. Tbh you can say that any Hardy performance as “silently intense”)
    Matthias Schoenaerts (in Bullhead, Rust and Bone etc)
    Mark Ruffalo (particularly in his You Can Count on Me days)
    Michael Fassbender (in Shame, Hunger, etc)
    Casey Affleck (in Manchester by the Sea, Gone Baby Gone, The Assassination of Jesse James etc)
    Mickey Rourke (in The Wrestler and in his younger years as well)
    Emory Cohen (in Brooklyn)
    Ryan Gosling (in Drive, Half Nelson, Blue Valentine, The Place Beyond the Pines, The Believer etc)

    To be honest, when he really wants to, Mark Rylance can really do that, as can Oscar Isaac.

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    For quiet intensity, there must be a tip of the hat to Holly Hunter, Jane Wyman, John Mills, Marlee Marlin, and Patty Duke. All won Oscars playing mutes in highly dramatic roles.

    What award recognized movie character is a near mirror image of you in terms of personality, not necessarily appearance?

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    For what I know no movie character is a “near mirror” of me, but I feel very close, between the others, to both Charlotte and Bob from Lost in Translation (maybe that’s the reason why it’s my favourite film). Maybe slightly more to Charlotte, due to my young age.

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